Worldview. Julian Hayda and Jerome McDonnell, ‘Extradition bill withdrawn in Hong Kong, but protests continue,’ WBEZ 91.5 FM (Chicago), 9 September 2019.
Vancouver Sun. Douglas Todd, ‘Hong Kong protests turn 1970s Christian hymn into anthem,’ 5 September 2019.
Worldview. Julian Hayda and Jerome McDonell, ‘Prominent activists arrested in Hong Kong,’ WBEZ 91.5 FM (Chicago), 30 August 2019.
Trans-Asia and the World. Joshua Tan and Shatrunjay Mall, ‘Justin Tse on Asian American Religion,’ University of Wisconsin-Madison, 20 June 2019.
Worldview. Ashish Valentine and Steve Bynum, ‘Hong Kong announces indefinite delay to proposed extradition bill,’ WBEZ 91.5 FM (Chicago), 19 June 2019.
Worldview. Julian Hayda and Steve Bynum, ‘Civil Disobedience and Identity in Hong Kong amidst protests,’ WBEZ 91.5 FM (Chicago), 11 June 2019.
Worldview. Julian Hayda and Jerome McDonnell, ‘The Legacy of Tiananmen Square, 30 Years On,’ WBEZ 91.5 FM (Chicago), 15 April 2019.
Worldview. Julian Hayda and Jerome McDonnell, ‘Protesters from Hong Kong’s Occupy Central Movement on Trial,’ WBEZ 91.5 FM (Chicago), 10 December 2018.
National Post. Douglas Quan, ‘In search of “cultural harmony” in Richmond, B.C. – North America’s Most Asian City.‘ 19 October 2018.
Regent World. Richard Wu, ‘Learning to see ourselves,’ 30(1), 13 June 2018.
Ryerson Review of Journalism. Jacob McNair, ‘A Spiritual Journey: religion still matters to millions of Canadians, so why is there so little coverage of faith and personal belief?’ 110-116.
Worldview. Galilee Abdullah, Julian Hayda, and Jerome McDonnell, ‘The nuance of “people of color”: racism among non-black minorities,’ WBEZ 91.5 FM (Chicago), 2 May 2018.
South China Morning Post. Ian Young, ‘Many millionaire migrants are exiting Canada but leaving their families behind there, census reveals.’ 21 December 2017.
Sing Tao Daily Canada. ‘學者：雨傘運動後有信仰者多挺建制派’ [Scholar: After the Umbrella Movement religious adherents had a variety of political factions], 29 November 2017.
Metro News. Christopher Cheung, ‘Helping hands on Richmond’s highway to heaven,’ 19 October 2017.
Worldview. Julian Hayda and Jerome McDonnell, ‘Three Years On, The Umbrella Movement’s Religious Tones.’ WBEZ 91.5 FM (Chicago), 10 October 2017.
Metro News. Christopher Cheung, ‘Vancouver’s suburban malls become commodity hubs for newcomers,’ 6 October 2017.
TANDEM. Raquel A. Russell, ‘Spiritual evolution: Toronto Bahá’í’s experience and the tale of an evangelical turned Eastern Catholic professor,’ December 2016, 24-25.
Richmond News. Graeme Wood, ‘Feature: a rare rainbow connection in Richmond,’ 28 June 2016.
Religium Podcast. Maren Haynes Marchesini, ‘A Person with a Face, Facing Other People.’ 29 June 2016.
South China Morning Post/The Hongcouver. Ian Young, ‘God’s servant’: Beijing-friendly and born again, former HK official Stephen Lam wants to woo Christians in Canada. 15 June 2016.
‘Grounded Theologies’ Segment on Sense of Place with Minelle Mahtani, Roundhouse Radio 98.3 FM (Vancouver), most Thursdays 10:30 AM, started 5 Nov. 2015.
South China Morning Post/The Hongcouver. Ian Young, Crime drama Blood and Water hones in on Vancouver’s Chinese identity, 19 Nov. 2015.
South China Morning Post/The Hongcouver. Ian Young, How Hong Kong’s history helps explain the Umbrella Movement and Vancouver’s activist evangelicals, 28 Jan. 2015.
Vancouver Sun. Douglas Todd, How has Christmas infused Chinese culture? Let’s count the ways, 19 Dec. 2014.
Columbia Journalism Review. Chris Ip, Beware labeling Pope Francis a liberal, 14 Nov. 2014.
ABC Religion and Ethics Report. Andrew West, The role of religion in Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution, 5 Nov. 2014.
South China Morning Post. Jennifer Ngo, Religion on the front line puts faith into practice; Christians, in pursuing equality and justice, have long been part of the city’s fight for freedom, 27 Oct. 2014.
South China Morning Post. Ian Young, Chinese parents clash with striking Canadian teachers as school year fails to start. 16 September 2014.
Vancouver Sun. Douglas Todd, We Must Stand On Guard for Canada. 12 July 2014.
South China Morning Post. Ian Young, School Transgender Policy Row. 22 May 2014.
South China Morning Post. Ian Young, Children of rich Chinese home alone in Canada face challenges. 25 November 2013.
Vancouver Sun. Douglas Todd, The struggles of affluent East Asian youth in Canada. 12 October 2013.
Religion News Service. Sarah Pulliam Bailey, Asian-Americans troubled by stereotypes from white evangelicals. 10 October 2013.
Religion News Service. Sarah Pulliam Bailey, Rick Warren gets backlash from Asian American Christians for posting photo. 25 September 2013. (Reprinted in The Huffington Post).
Vancouver Sun. Douglas Todd, Richmond’s ‘Highway to Heaven’ counters ethnic silos. 10 August 2013.
Vancouver Sun. Douglas Todd, Vancouver’s 100,000 Chinese Christians ‘fraught’ over gay debate. 30 June 2013.
BBC’s Heart and Soul. Matt Wells, Chinese Christians in Vancouver. 30 March 2013.
HKReporter. 天外有天 第19集 [The Sky Beyond the Sky]: Episode 19, 快必、 David、 偉業、大曹 / 嘉賓: Justin [Fastbeat, David, Wai Yip, “Big Cho” / Guest: Justin]. 5 April 2012.
Radio Canada International. Lorn Curry, Highway to Heaven. 9 May 2012.
Vancouver Sun. Kelly Sinoski, Census: Mandarin, Cantonese top immigrant tongues in Vancouver. 25 Feburary 2012.
Sing Tao Daily. 朱楠, 新移民改變宗教團體文化 [Chu Lam, New immigrants are changing the culture of religious communities.] 3 February 2012. Graeme Wood, ‘Feature: a rare rainbow connection in Richmond,’ 28 June 2016.
Letter to the Editor
Racism column presents false dichotomy, Vancouver Sun, A8, 12 March 2013.
Passive Collaboration, Pastoral Commitments: Chinese Catholic Politics in Hong Kong. Newman Association of Vancouver, St Mark’s College, Vancouver, BC, 16 December 2017.
There’s No Need to Be an Expert to Do Theological Reflection, Ten Years Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, 21 October 2016
Two Hong Kong Umbrellas: Christian ecumenisms and democracy in Hong Kong. InterVarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship, Seattle, WA, 13 November 2014.
Passive Compliance to Occupy Central: Catholicism, Democracy, Hong Kong. Catholic Newman Center at UW, Seattle, WA, 8 October 2014.
Catholic-Anglican Ecumenism. Drinks with Dominicans, Blessed Sacrament Parish, Seattle, WA, 22 April 2014.
The ‘Last Acceptable Prejudice’ and the ‘Last Civil Rights Struggle’: Anti-Catholicism, Same-Sex Marriage, and Racial Solidarity. Catholic Newman Center at UW, Seattle, WA, 20 March 2014.
Gu Xiong’s Waterscapes and religious hybridity in Richmond, BC. Moderator in Swimming the River. Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond, BC, 28 October 2010.
Sewage on No. 5 Road. Panelist in Seeking Balance: Listening to the Spirit of the Land. Community Justice Centre, Comox, BC, 26 February 2010.
Authored by Me
Eastern Catholic Person, Catholic Channel, Patheos, 2016-2019.
Third World Studies questions the very social formations that enable the study of religion, in ‘How Has Ethnic Studies Changed American Religious Studies?’, by Melissa Borja, The Anxious Bench, 4 April 2019.
The Dumb Prof Considers Intersectionality in the Age of Trump, RaceFiles: A Project of ChangeLab, 30 June 2017.
Theorizing Religion in the Age of Trump: Justin K.H. Tse, Religion Bulletin, 27 June 2017.
Only useful idiots would say that Cardinal Zen is calling for schism in China, guest post on Cosmos the in Lost, Patheos Catholic, 7 July 2016.
Who’s the ‘We’ in ‘Our Whole Society,’ Religion Bulletin, 6 April 2015.
Can American Christians support Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement?The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation, and Culture, 18 November 2014.
Jian Ghomeshi and Secular Sexualities, Religion Bulletin, 3 November 2014.
We Are Not All Bruce Lee, Part 1, 14 May 2014; Part 2, 15 May 2014, guest post on James Wellman on American Culture, Patheos Progressive Christian.
An Evangelical in Norwich, 28 March 2014; Crossing Public Space, 18 April 2014; Public Mysticism, 15 May 2014; The Islamic State and the Anglican Communion, 25 September 2014, Logos Anglican.
The Ecumenism of the Private Consensus Martyrs, guest post on Cosmos the in Lost, Patheos Catholic, 20 February 2014.
The Unraveling of the Private Consensus, ‘Perspectives on the Open Letter (2013),’ AsianAmericanChristian.org.
In Which I Am Interviewed
Melissa Borja, Singing hallelujah in the streets of Hong Kong, The Anxious Bench, 27 June 2019.
Artur Rosman, Hong Kong’s Moment of Zen: An Interview with Justin Tse (15 Oct.); The Catholic Umbrella in Hong Kong: An Interview with Justin Tse, Part 2 (16 Oct.); A Theopolitical Chess Game in Hong Kong and China: An Interview with Justin Tse, Part 3 (29 Oct.), Ethika Politika.
James Wellman, Drones, Mr. Niebuhr, and President Obama, James Wellman on American Religion, Patheos Progressive Christian.
Grace Hsiao Hanford, Asian American Studies 101, AsianAmericanChristian.org.
Board of Directors, Richmond Food Security Society, Richmond, BC (2012).
Board of Directors, Asian Canadian Writers Workshop, Vancouver, BC (2011-2012).